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region we have number of engagement here and there are working very well with each other under the leadership of the fbi. this gives me comfort and it should give you comfort that everything is okay. >> what is the complexity of the device, the material that was found? >> i think i know where you are getting them but i will let rick answer this question. >> i cannot comment on that aspect of what we found but it is important to say that on behalf of the atf's there is no known peretz at any location that we are conducting the investigation. i want to put this out to the citizens of
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boston. >> can you tell us anything about the nature of the device? >> i will not be able to comment on the nature of the device. >> what about the second person who was in that apartment >> we have witnesses with us and they are assisting us with talking to these people. >> we are processing a lot
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of photographs as several speakers have stated including the governor that we encourage people to stand and what they have. i cannot comment on the tips and leads a we have received. >> can you tell us about the cameras in the area are you able to use them? >> the commissioner can speak more about the cameras in the area. we are processing all of the digital information as quickly as possible. this is a priority of the investigation by will let the commissioner speak about the cameras. >> it is a bit basic protocol for us to secure all the video from the cameras. even as we were removing a big thumbs officers were assigned to go into the establishments and
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secure those cameras. there are a large number of cameras and there is said logistic issue. we're working with fbi to process is an affirmation. is our attintention to go through all of these videos to determine who was in the area. if this is one of the well photograph areas in boston. >> are you asking people to stay away from this area or do you want to come? >> we want people to live their life. if we want them to be vigilant and there's no reason for them not to come into the city. if we do have a thread and we are working to reduce this threat. we want people to go about their business as they normally would. he gives us room to accomplish the investigation. we are tried to turn back to the business and the community as quickly
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as possible after the evidence is collected. >> what type of pitchers do you want people to send them? >> we would like for people to afford the photos that they have all around the time of the blast in particular in the area but also tells what time those photos were taken. we have a date as to when these photos were taken and naturally the photos were taken closer or just before or just after. those will be critical and we will have to prioritize them. this will give us information to help the investigation goes forward. >> there is no evidence of any thing exploded in a trash can. there is an e o de suite that was done and
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there were too done and one was done early in the morning and the second one was done an hour before the runners came across. these to the oldies we stood not turn up any evidence but because there is restricted access people can come and go and bring items in and out. >> what about the three victims that died? >> if they are all victims as far as i am concerned. we do not have any information on that. >> we have a number of a hundred and 76 casualty's dealt are presented and hospitals. it is not just then boston. 176 is the
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number that i have right now most of them are critical that we had three fatalities. >> we have no one in custody at this time. >> there you have any informational ball bearings ? >> as an ongoing investigation we will not be confined to the city limits of boston. will extend to the eastern massachusetts area. if this will be a world wide investigation. we will go to the ends of are to identify the subject or suspec subjects. we will do
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everything to bring these people to justice. >> i cannot comment on that aspect of the investigation but we are using the full capacity of the fbi. >> you have been listening live from the latest out of boston. if you want to continue to watch this press conference we are carrying it live on our comcast 24-7 channel 193. at the governor stated to the raleigh to expose of the devices and there was ever poured about three but it was only too. that is not the case. to expose a one-off a hundred yards apart about 10 minutes apart. three it people were killed including and 8 year- old boy. his mother and
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sister were seriously injured. over 150 people were injured. at least nine of the people won't work children. the blast occurred near the ground and many of them lost their legs. there has been no claim of responsibility but over my lophophores misstated the this searched an apartment. the new york post stated that this apartment belongs to at saudi national who is here on his student visa who is in the hospital with injuries sustained from the blast. they're not calling him a suspect. they removed evidence from his apartment. there is a lot more to this story and more information is coming in. >> we will take a quick break it will bring you the latest coming up.
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>> the time is 7:11 a.m. and we have a clear start to the morning. expect a warm afternoon temperatures warmer than yesterday. gradual warming conditions as we heading closer to the weekend. if you're heading out the door a vallejo, 37 degrees. 46 oakland, it is cooler than it was 24 hours ago and i will have full details on your extended
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forecast in just a couple of minutes. >> still tracking how spot on highway 1 01 southbound in san mateo. we have two right lanes shut down and the backup has grown to about three-quarters of a mile. use interstate 280 southbound this morning instead of using highway 1 01 at the 92 interchange an overturned truck spilled a little scrap metal on the roadway. we will have more of our special coverage when the kron4 morning news returns. look at them kids. [ sigh ] they have no idea what it was like before u-verse high speed internet. yeah, you couldn't just stream movies to a device like that. one time, i had to wait half a day to watch a movie. you watched movies?! i was lucky if i could watch a show. show?! man, i was happy to see a sneezing panda clip! trevor, have you eaten today? you sound a little grumpy.
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>> from these injuries they bled all lot, what we controlled the bleeding quite rapidly but they lost a lot of blood and that created problems. >> as far as i know all of
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them are americans. the end as patient so far was 28 years old and the older patient was 71 years old. most of the patients there and the intensive care unit are still and debated and therefore cannot be interviewed. >> what can you tell us about their emotional state? >> it is an extremely sad day for all of us, even more so for the patients and for their relatives. i had the pleasure of interacting with many of their relatives and obviously they are shattered by the events. we're offering emotional support and we have pulled all of our resources. at this point
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everyone has been identified. >> what about injuries to the lower extremities? >> it is not unusual. this bomb was placed low on the ground. therefore, a lot lower extremity injuries are to be expected. >> is there a lot of internal bleeding? >> there are in a few patients. we are still working up, i do not have further information on this. >> are they conscious or unconscious? >> most of the patients are conscious but we do have patients who are medically sedated. >>ts general hospital, several one of several hospitals that took and victims yesterday with injuries of the lower
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extremities because the bomb was lowered to the ground. a lot of people lost their legs in the explosions that took place. the latest number of injuries coming in right now is 176 with the latest tally with three people dead. >> because of what happened in boston, security on all mass-transit all the way back to the bay area has been increase. that goes as well for bart. we're live at the el cerrito bart station word jackie sissel is. >> you don't see a lot right at this moment outside of the el el cerrito bart station but we have seen an increase residenpresents. theres a car parked outside of the station and that is basically what they're doing since the incident happened
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in boston yesterday. bart has increase their presence not only as stations but at platforms and also on trains. we had an a's game going on at the oakland alameda complex. lots of people but bart and and high precautions were taken there, high security. lots of people were being checked as they were around the bart station yesterday. there'll be much of the same story today. i did have the chance to talk to bart riders, even writers that were taking part for the first time after the incident happened. i ask him about the increased security on bart. >> i've seen a lot of police yesterday. i feel real comfortable, not a lot but a little bit. >> i don't see the police very often on the trains but when i do it is nice. it makes me feel good to know that the bart police
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>> the good news is that has not affected bart service so far this morning. that is a welcome sight to the people who ride bart. the big question is for how long are these security measures going to be in place? right now is nice for most of the people that i have talked to, they say it is a comforting feeling to see the bart police officers in uniform on the platform and on the train. >> we will be talking about the sports angle on this which gary radnich. some of the games were canceled after the bombing. >> we want to take a brief moment to get caught up on weather and traffic. >> we are waking up to make clear skies, it is a little breezy especially along the
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coast line. a lot of you will notice it is definitely colder this morning. napa currently 37, 36 palo alto. we're seeing plenty of 30's and the north bay, very chilly this morning but we'll make up for it into the afternoon. by 12:00, all the agreement means pretty mild conditions with everyone pretty much in the '60s. by 3:00 p.m. we get pretty close to 70 but i think that will stick out our area. we have a wind advisory in effect for the central valley that includes their field. it will be breezy and land and pretty mild for the rest of the bay area. by 8:00 p.m. tonight we will see a wide range of '50s. cupertino could reach 70 but fremont 67 and milpitas, and an upstairs 60s for places like fairfield and that's bird.pitts
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the a's a face off against the astros tonight at 0 dacko at 7:05 p.m. is the first pitch. temperatures and low 60s with pretty breezy conditions. 7 day around the bay shows a string blasting into the weekend. saturday sunday and to monday >> still monitoring a big house five years, san mateo 1 01 southbound and 92, two right lanes set down with an overturned big rig that spilled scrap metal onto the roadway. the connecting ramp leading to southbound when one has also been shut down, you have to be sort through foster city. the dumbarton bridge would make more sense. your ride to the bay bridge this morning has a really bad back up. there is
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an answer that on the incline section of the bridge that blocked the lanes. 880 is jammed, 580 is backed up on 224, 24 westbound as slow from children's hospital. the salmon sale bridge ride again is likely to be delayed at the west and because of the closure of the connecting ramp on 1 01 southbound. the golden gate bridge is an easy ride this morning with no delays across the span. we will take a quick break and the kron4 morning news will be right back. at uatniversveity of phoenx we know the value of your education
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>> we are back, the dow is up 93 points. we had strong housing data come out also we had better than expected earnings for some blue chip companies. that is what happened helping to spark a rebound. the nasdaq is 21 points to the good side. >> among the three people that died yesterday in yesterday's boston marathon bombing including an 8 year- old who we are learning more about this morning. this is martin richard and he was standing near the finish line waiting for his father to complete the drilling marathon when an explosion took his life. he was 8 years old and in the third grade. a neighbor says that martin was a typical little boy who loves to ride his
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bike and play baseball. his mother was taken to hospital with very serious injuries. she had surgery late yesterday for an injury to her brain. his six year-old sister, a first grader whose name has not been made public lost her leg in the blast according to media reports. the status of his father william has not been released. >> the time now 727, we will be back with continuing coverage after the massacre that happened in boston with two bombs at a marathon. right now, it is 7:27 a.m. and taking a look of the commute the golden gate bridge looks good. we'll have george and erica with an update in just a couple of minutes. (sir can-a-lot) good day, ma' lady. i am sir can-a-lot, here to save you from another breakfast bore. wake up those eggs with glorious spam!
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>> continuing with our top story devastation in boston as three people are killed. 176 injured in two explosions 100 yds in 10 seconds apart at the finish line of the boston marathon. now we just learned, massachusetts gov. deval patrick says no and unexploded bombs were found at the boston marathon. he says the only explosives are the ones that went off monday. three people killed, including an 8 year-old boy, and 176 injured at least nine were children. censor agent in charge richard delauriers says at a
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news conference there are known no no additional threats. >> this citizens of massachusetts in boston should expect to see the fbi and its atf partners conducting investigative activity in the greater boston area. assistance from the pot public remains critical and establishing a time line of events which means a swift conclusion through due diligence and investiga boston and the citizens of the commonwealth of massachusetts for the information that has been provided for law enforcement so far. we strongly encourage the assistance to continue. >> the police chief says there investigating the most extensive crime scene and the city's history. fbi agents searching an apartment in suburban boston overnight. they're not giving any details of the search but investigators were seen leaving the building in revere early
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today, carrying brown paper bags, plastic trash bags and a dufflebag. authorities are appealing to the public for amateur video and those that might provide clues to carry out the bombing. the new york post is reporting that the apartment lost its one year old saudi national. he is here on a student visa and is in the hospital. he has burns from the blast, they're calling him a person of interest but not officially calling him a suspect. >> 7328 am and as we continue to study the very latest and get the latest news out of boston we are also getting new reaction from participants were in the marathon yesterday. >> i think that's what they want to do is that fear in our hearts and not have us come out to a race like this. it is not going to
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stop me from wanting to do it again, it makes the want to do it even more now. >> the boston marathon dates back to 1897. it is the world's oldest annual marathon. it attracts racers and spectators from around the world. the next big marathon is this sunday in london. london officials this morning say that race will go on. >> as we have been reporting this morning a two of your boy from martinez was hurt in that blast, he was at the finish line with his father cheering on his mother. >> instead of being at martine as junior high with the rest of his classmates this morning, you can see that children being dropped off instead he is in boston waking up in the intensive care unit. he was rushed to
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the hospital where he had cuts on his body. some of the strap " went through his skin and into his bones and that is why he had surgery. his mom sent his picture out and stayed up late last night. before going to bed she went to facebook and said thank you for all the thoughts and prayers, it looks like we'll be here for the next seven to 10 days. tomorrow aaron will have surgery again. that is why they have to monitor the situation. the family is well known throughout martinez, the father is not only a teacher at alhambra high school he is also the football coach. the mother kathryn was in boston and to run the marathon and getting close to the bears finish line according to family and friends. that is when aaron was moving toward the finish line to see his mom pass. he never made it there because of the blast. we get a chance to talk to the superintendent of the school and she knows the family
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personally. here's what she had to say about the incident. >> kept looking, catherine has very distinctive red hair, she is a very beautiful woman. i kept looking through the crowd because i was looking for their red hair. you saw the chaos and i wanted to see if i could find them and then i was afraid that i would. i did not see them in any of the pictures of the footage that i watched through the night. i'm just grateful that we heard some of communication that aaron is doing well. >> you would look at the screen in the pictures to see your family and friends and she is thankful that she did not see them. we do know that they will be away for the next several weeks or so. was as catherine's first time of the boston that marathon? the answer according to one you just heard from is yes. there
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were so enthusiastic about it and that is why the family was there. france traveled with them and she believe the on a reason why and thank goodness the father and young daughter were not hurt according to her was because he was running ahead of them said they were not right next to each other when the blast occurred. >> keep its into kron4 as we will bring you on going coverage of the boston marathon of attack. we would give you updates on our news as well as on our 247 news channel comcast 193 as well as kron4 .com. our facebook and twitter feeds are also a great source to get information. >> still tracking our hot spot on 1 01 southbound at highway 92 in san macedo. the back of now was to popular. but truck
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overturned taken a connecting rap on 92 to 1 01 southbound. here's a look at the scene earlier this morning. the video is courtesy of our helicopter partnership with abc seven news. the truck is on its side, it was adjacent to the freeway. the debris, scrap metal spilled onto the roadway. it still blocks the two right lanes of 1 01 southbound. they also shut down the connecting ramp from the san mateo bridge, 92 westbound on 21 01 south. at means you're better bet is not use the san mateo bridge but instead use the dumbarton bridge. traffic is backed up to popular and the southbound direction. the sensors are just not updating through that area. i should really call this a hot spot, the bay bridge backup is now over 24 minutes out of the macarthur maze. 22 minutes coming from the nimitz and east shore freeway is back up all the
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way to golden gate fields for the westbound ride. major delays for the bay bridge. >> we are off to a clear but chilly start. it will be warmer does after an compared to yesterday and we will continue with presley warmer weather lasting all into the weekend. satellite and radar shows the cold front we're tracking is now centered over lake tahoe. we are seeing snow showers there but dry conditions in just a little breezy over the entire bay area. we a big change is to talk about that i walk you through them. 738 and the kron4 morning as has to take a quick break, we'll be right back. whatwh makes your family smile?
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>> top stories we're following free on this tuesday april 16th, three people are dead including eight year old and 176 are hurt this morning after two
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bombs explode near the finish line of the bus boston marathon. president obama says those responsible will feel the full weight of justice. the fbi is taking charge of the criminal investigation. right now they say there is no motive and no one is in custody. meanwhile back in the bay area, security and law enforcement officials are stepping up patrols from the airports to public transportation. if you are out about today in the bay area expectancy added police officers everywhere. >> 7:42 a.m. and we will continue with the coverage of the boston marathon attacks. you're looking at a live shot there. back in the bay area and around the world because of happened in boston because of the we have the bay to breakers this weekend, the london marathon and there were several events that were
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canceled. we will be back with continued coverage and a couple of minutes.
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>> welcome back where tracking hot spots at the peninsula as well as the bay bridge. don't take 1 01 southbound of that as your normal route, she once spent an extra 10 to 50 minutes getting through the back up leading southbound. take a
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look at the problem, is video courtesy of our helicopter partnership abc seven news. this is a scrap metal truck overturned on 21 01 southbound. it was heading eastbound on 92 to turn on to the bayshore freeway. it tipped over is filling its low on the roadway. here you see to lend southbound 1 01 are black, they just opened up one of the lanes. this videos from earlier this morning. we have one lane shot down and a backup that reaches all the way back to popular on the bayshore freeway. they've also closed down westbound id to coming out the san mateo bridge there's a problem with the censors updating this morning. another hot spot the bay bridge ride in the
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westbound commute with the back up into the macarthur maze and east shore freeway. even the 880 northbound approach for the nimitz freeway is also jammed. you're looking at over 24 minutes drive times over the maze. avoid the san mateo bridge as well because of the connection to 1 01 southbound being shut off. use the dunbarton instead. the golden gate bridge is problem free and so was the commute through marin county on 1 01 southbound. it looks like a beautiful day out there today. >> it is absolutely gorgeous but kind a breezy and chilly and the north bay. allow be waking up to mid to upper 30's. definitely cooler than 24 hours ago. napa currently 37 degrees. hayward at 48. temperatures will be two to five degrees warmer than yesterday. 67 degrees for livermore, 68 napa. for those of you had to the a's
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game to rid the monster the astros temperatures and low 60s with a start time of 705. warmer weather by the weekend, '80s. >> this saucthis morning carriei want to talk a little bit about marathons' and sporting events and security and what we face these days. >> every time, not every time because it has been nonstop but i'm sitting here watching this coverage and it just makes you want to, i know some people may disagree but the first instinct is you want to gather your families, get inside and close the door. >> you look at the overview
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of something and you have 23,000 runners and close to half a million spectators. it's 26 mi., they obviously had this kind. they had the most of the runners had gone through and the friends and family at the finish line. how can you secure 26 mi. of public streets? >> you have different people saying we're with security and back-and-forth. this is part of living. it really is, whenever you go out now and eight in public. for 911, for years some people did not even fly. . they say we're just changing our lifestyle. you get comfortable again and then something like this happens. it makes you think twice before you do anything. >> i was thinking about the next london marathon which
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is this sunday. you have margaret thatcher's the norwich's a procession through the streets of london then they have been marathon and they're saying that its board to go on. you say it is not just the street type of event. when you have stadiums, coliseums, ballparks >> i am speaking at the moment. why would you run and one of those events right now? i am speaking 24 hours after it happened. why would you, just four of you hours of enjoyment? >> they say we don't want something like this to influence your life. you want to be safe but you don't want to shut the doors. there's going to be this type of thing happening but not every time. >> i understand, and i ate and speaking emotionally here. when you would you
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send your kids out to run and won? >> people that go to marathons' train for years in years. this is a big event and we had a bay area family fly out to have their kids watch mom and dad and the race. it is a once-in-a- lifetime thing for a lot of people. >> you have to think of that. let's say your son or daughter was on the school track team and they wanted to run and a marathon right now, would you say go ahead? >> you can't live like that. >> i don't have the right answer either. i'm just saying it makes you stop and think about everything again. >> i was thinking, up stadiums, that's a dangerous thing. you can see the stadium entrances and where the marathon, a beta breakers is coming up. there breakers is the biggest foot race in america. you can't
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secure every single ave and and out, we cover this every year. >> you cannot blame security i've had friends of mine say where was security. i was saying listen, there are sick, devious people and someone to get something done, more times a night they can get done. >> we will talk about how they're handling data breakers, the bruins and celtics reacted in boston. the bruins are going to reschedule last night's game. the celtics say they don't need to play another game, >> the season is over so that was smart. >> you'll get public transit, stadiums, they did moments of silence, they increase security and both the a's and warriors knew what happened and continue on. the a's have former red sox players that were really thinking about what happened. >> don't get me wrong, the
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show must go on, particularly at a professional level. i'm just saying things that are not your livelihood. better just by choice. a few hours of enjoyment, that is what i'm talking about. >> it changes the way we go to a game, the way we live, work, play. you go to these events and you are checked and everything else, it is always on your mind. >> remember right after 911, it was uncomfortable to fly because lines were so long and all of the checking and this and that. it has to be that way. i don't people but think that some scientists say in your house, i'm just saying that's the first thought that comes to mind. that was all i could think about last night. i am glad i was there the door closed and my family was inside. >> they have the red sox big game ending at the very same
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time as the marathon. and maybe they will change their schedule on that. >> you go out in the wake of in the morning and go out and have fun and i know one of the great conditions and the sports, particularly in boston. your life or your physical well-being changes and a flash. >> a big story that we're continuing to follow, thanks allot gary. we'll continue our coverage with the boston marathon bombings in just a couple of minutes. don't go away. you kids should count yourselves lucky.
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>> 7578 m and our continued coverage after the bombings and boston. this is the finish line. the faa is
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reporting a security incident aboard u.s. flight 716 that is on the ground right now in boston at the airport. they have heightened security at the airports and the public transit. we will be live with our continuing coverage in a couple of minutes. you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself... [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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(male announcer) live from the bay area here is your kron 4 news >> two bombs, seconds apart at the boston marathon. investigators are searching for answers in a deadly bomb blast of the boston marathon. they're reviewing videos like this one from renard jennifer tracy who captured the first bh line.
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piquancy shoes running a marathon you could hear just how those blasts were. >> here is what we learned in the last hour, massachusetts gov. deval patrick says no on its letter bombs were found at the boston marathon. he says the only explosives were the ones that exploded yesterday. three people were killed, including an 8 year- old boy. 176 were injured in those two explosions near the finish line. the fbi is taking a lead on the investigation into who was behind the attack. at this point, they're saying there are no known additional threats. >> it is a very active investigation. our investigation of various locations throughout the area goes on. there are no known additional threats. we continue to interview various witnesses and process the crime scene which could take some time. this is in the massachusetts and this citizens of boston will see
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investigative activity throughout the area. assistance from the publi andc remains in critical. we come in the public and the citizens of boston and of the commonwealth of massachusetts for the information that has been provided to law enforcement so far. we strongly encourage the assistance to continue. >> the boston police chief said they are investigating the most extensive crime scene in the city's history. as to the question who is behind us? no one has claimed responsibility. we do know that fbi agents have searched an apartment in suburban boston over night in connection with yesterday's bombing. they're not giving away any details of the search. investigators receive leaving a building in revers earlier today, carrying a brown paper bags, plastic trash bags and a dufflebag. authorities are
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appealing to the public for amateur video and photos that might provide clues to who carried out the bombing. they're hoping to find clues in the photographs and media. they put the call out this morning for people to send those things into the police department. we're just getting word that police are surrounding a u.s. airways plane at logan airport, passengers taken from that plane. they have sniffer dogs there that are looking presumably for any signs of the explosive device or residue. we will update you as soon as we get more information. that quite literally is all that is coming and to the newsroom. this came in and just the last few minutes. >> following the response there in the bay area we have sergeant j.d. nelson
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of alameda county who is also a bomb technician, thank you for joining us. >> thank you, good morning. >> what can you tell us as an expert that deals with bombs what they can piece together? today on the scene some people think that the bombs ruined everything is gone but you say all the pieces are there that they need? >> yes. any time there's an explosion those pieces remain. then maybe mangled are very small but they are there and they can reconstruct it. >> tell us about the so- called signature of a bomb and how that can help track down the person responsible? >> they have to make it a certain way. is a way that they are comfortable with. historically, a person does not go into an area that they're not familiar with. they'll be able to reconstruct those and find out how the person did it and that may lead to some clues. >> is there anything that
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you know going in from the reports this morning and looking at video? >> i think they're doing a fine job and that scene will be shut down for a significant amount of time. they have to sift through everything. the rubble that is associated with an explosive, you have to go through that to find the bomb. >> you were in charge of the bomb squad at the coliseum last night, what additional steps to you and your personnel take after the bombing in boston? >> we deploy our canines. it was clear there were no problems. we know that after 911 there were a great increase in calls because people were more alert. we had people standing by just in case that could handle it right there and then. >> and a situation where you have 18 days or warriors game, you can see all the authorities check in people
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it is more controlled. something like a marathon yesterday or the better breakers race coming up those kind of things in ways more difficult to be able to monitor. >> a marathon as 26 mi.. that in itself is problematic. this happen were the grandstands were so that person, that was their intent was to get where the greatest amount of people were. >> thank you very much for joining us this morning. >> the time now is 8 06 a m and we continue with the coverage on the marathon attacks. it's out of your boy for martinez was hurt in the boston marathon last . marathonhern was there is at the finish line to chair on his mother who was running this year's race. will tran is live and martina's this morning where errant would have been at school >> he is waking up at the intensive care unit in boston. instead of being in
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school he faces another round of surgery. here is his picture. we learned that he was not next to his dad and sister at the time and that is why they were not hurt. the sister and the father. he was hurt because he was running towards the finish line at waiting to get in place to cheer on his mother as she crossed. she was getting very close. unfortunately she never made it because of the blast and he was rushed to the hospital immediately into surgery. received a superficial cuts to his body and there was also a shrapnel that deeply penetrated his inner thigh that went straight to the ball. tomorrow you have another surgery. according to his mother who went to facebook late last night exhausted said they will be there for the next seven to 10 days. initially, the limousine as and the principal and had no idea
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that the hearns went to boston to be at the marathon. like the rest of the people, they found out when calls were made to them. we had a chance to talk to the principle this morning and this is what she had to say about aaron's condition. >> the last update that i had was that he came through his surgery. he initially was hurt when he ran down towards the finish line waiting for his mom to cross. he was hit by some shrapnel which embedded in his five. they had surgery and they removed it from all accounts that i've gotten everything went well. there's a second surgery due on wednesday. we will get another update after that happens. everyone is doing as well as can be expected. we're simply waiting news after the surgery. >> the principal as the one that got a phone call from the father. he is also a coach and there. he alerted
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the principal who was passing on the message. just beyond those trees and the flags are half staff in honor of the victims of boston. we will hear from the schools superintendent at 830. she is close friends with the hearns and we will hear what she had to say and why she was staring at the television throughout this whole process. >> we will stand by for that 830. also waiting for president obama to make a statement at 840 this morning. we will be back with more in just a couple of minutes.
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>> welcome back highway 1 01 san mateo southbound a truck overturned on a ramp leading southbound 1 01, it still blocks the right-hand lane. here is video from our helicopter partnership with abc seven news. you can see the truck that overturned. for awhile and blocked two lines of 1 01 southbound, not only the right lane block. the connecting ramp 2 westbound 92 is still blocked. avoid the san mateo bridge westbound, use the dumbarton bridge instead. another hot spot this morning your ride to the bay bridge in the westbound commute is backed up all the way into the macarthur maze. interstate 80 is that the brown the berkeley cares, almost golden gate fields.
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northbound 880 is backed up to the diamond lane split. drive times are over 24 minutes out of the macarthur maze. >> a quick break as a kron4 morning as continues. will have delays at a boston coming up.
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>> we are back with the latest, live pictures out of boston. the latest with the investigation is as follows, law-enforcement officials have to search an apartment and a boston suburb just about 5 mi. north of boston. authorities were scene and taken brown paper bags, a duffel bag and some trash bags. so far mess it is will not say that they have anyone under arrest or motive in the attack that killed at least three people and wounded more the 176. 17 of those are in critical condition. i should also mention that police at this moment have surrounded a u.s. airways plane at logan international airport. all the passengers have been taken from that plane and bomb sniffing dogs are currently searching the luggage. again, we have not heard anything from the police department to what led them to the airport but as as we find out we will let you know.
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>> sampras as the police are on high alert following the tariff act of the boston marathon. the fbi has assured staffords as the police are no specific threats to san francisco. patrol officers are still being asked to be extra vigilant in areas where large crowds gather. police say the move is a very is a safety precaution they're asking the public to be especially alert and report any suspicious activity by calling 911. sampras as though is host to the number of big community events that includes the upcoming beta breakers race on may 19th. amir said security remains a top priority. >> it is the number one thing. we have to look at everything at these events and everything that occurred in boston. public safety is our number one concern. >> the mayor went on to say all of the fbi has assured
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them there is no direct threat to san francisco officials and the breakers organizers will look into the dense a plan in order to prepare for any emergency. >> jackie sissel is that the el cerrito bart station this morning to take a look at what is different about this morning. >> looking out here we can see an increased presence of bart police around el cerrito station. that is comforting a lot of people that are traveling today. starting last night in the evening commute and some of the events that happened last night, art has increased patrols not only at stations but on platforms and and trains. they're asking the public that if they see anything suspicious to alert one of the officers. they will take action on that. i had a chance to talk with some writers this morning, some were am happy to see the increase patrols. they say it is comforting to know that they are out there. others say they are not
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going to be afraid. >> you just can't panic all over the place. because of an incident like that there it was obviously very well designed. to create a sensation because of the concentration of people. the grass, that doesn't happen on bart. >> the good as is so far this morning there have been no delays or interruptions of service here on bart. we're not sure exactly how long the measures will be in place but if you're writing bart today, expectancy patrol officers. offsprin >> new this morning, to
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overnight fires in san jose both of them fatal. the first fire and but on north fifth and empire streets. it broke out around 1130 last night and when the life of the seven year-old girl. two other people suffered smoke inhalation. the fire is out and crews are still investigating the cause. this empire was reported around 830 last night on daniel way near highway 17. heavy smoke and flames were coming from the front of the house when firefighters arrived. two people died in that blaze and know yno word yet on what causes the empire. >> we are starting off with clear skies, we apply our way out of the 30's. a chilly start to the morning napa 37 but now we're in the mid-40s. upper '40's along the coast line. temperatures will ramble into the afternoon was future cast four by
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lunchtime will be a mild side with temperatures in the '60s. but in the clock into motion, 3:00 p.m. we're pretty close to 70 degree readings. most of us will stay in the mid to upper 60s and that is for your awareness inland spots. mild conditions, slightly breezy by 8:00 p.m. tonight. breaking down afternoon highs, plenty of upper 60s in the south bay. temperatures coming in around the seasonal average. the out of 68, 67 mountain view, we could see 70 in cupertino. upper 60s in antioch fairfield 64 richmond, low 60s downtown san francisco. for those of you had to go dacko this evening for the a's against the astros first pitch at 7 05 p m. to mr. will be 62 and we will continue to lose
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temperature through out the game. 7 day around the bay forecast highlights nice warm weather and a stretch of sunshine lasting into the weekend. temperatures will be grabbing it gradually warmer each and every day. and none spots climbing so low to mid 80's and upper seventies around the bay. a 20 2:00 a.m. and here is george. >> major problems contained until 11:00 this morning. sam the sale 1 01 southbound so has the right lane shut down. the ramp from west palm 92 to 1 01 southbound. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc seven news. this is why you want to use to 80 instead of one and the dumbarton bridges said of highway 92. the right lane
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of 1 01 southbound is pretty badly jammed up. the bay bridge is a hot spot this morning and your westbound ride is backed up all way into the macarthur maze. in early stall at the incline section that we still have not recovered from. the san mateo bridge is slow at the west and because of the closure of the ramp leading to 1 01 southbound. the golden gate bridge ride is one of the easier commute of the day. >> 8:23 a.m. and we will be back with more and a couple of minutes.
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>> at least three people have died in yesterday's boston marathon bombing including an 8 year-old boy who we are now learning more about this morning. this is martin richard and he was waiting near the finish line for his father to complete the drilling marathon when an explosion took his life. he was 8 years old and in the third grade. a neighbor said that martin was a typical little boy who loved to ride his bike and play baseball. this is video from outside the richer family home in dorchester. you can see a single candle in the word piece written in chalk on the sidewalk. martin's mother was taken to hospital with very serious injuries. see as surgery late yesterday for an injury to her brain. the six year-old sister, a first grader whose name was not made public,
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lost her leg in the blast according to media reports. the status of his father william has not yet been released. >> breaking news about 10,000 gal. of oil began leaking this morning from a transformer at san jose pg&e substation. we have video to show you from our helicopter parts issue with abc seven news. it shows crews clean up the oil at a substation on metcalf road near highway 1 01. cruz inspecting the area around to look this morning noticed one of the transformers have been vandalized or possibly damaged by gunfire. in any event, it was leaking oil. santa clara county sheriff's debbie's, cal fire in san jose firefighters were called in and contain the leak. we'll take a quick break, 827 we will back with more news in just a couple of minutes.
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again our top story this morning the devastation and boston as three people were killed and 176 others injured in a bombing yesterday's. to bombings right at the finish line of the boston marathon. >> we are hearing the news smart in the latest. we have five pictures we'll watching from the white house where any moment president obama is expected to come out and speak again. hopefully give us aa little more informations. >> we did hear from massachusetts governor and he said that no unexploited moms were found. here's the president listen in. >> good morning everyone. >> i have just been briefed by my national security team including fbi director mullre the attorney general , and home as security advisor on the attacks in boston. >> we continue to
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immobilize and deploy all appropriate law enforcement resources to protect our citizens and to investigate and to respond to the attack. >> obviously, our first thought is with the victims' and their families and the city of boston. >> we know that two explosions greatly wounded dozens of americans and took the lives of others including, and 8 year-old boy. >> this was a heinous and cowardly act. given what we now know about what took place the fbi is investigating as an act of terrorism. >> anytime bombs used to target innocent civilians it is an act of terra. what we do not know yet however, is who did this attack or why. whether it was planned and executed by a terrorist organization foreign or domestic, or was the act an
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individual. >> that is what we do not yet know. clearly we're at the beginning of our investigation. we will take time to follow every lead and determine what happened. we will find out. we will find whatever harm our citizens and bring them to justice. >>--whoever on our citizens. >> what the world saw yesterday in the aftermath of the explosions were stories of heroism and kindness and generosity and a loaf. >> their runners that can run to give blood to the hospitals and some attending to the wounded. tearing off their clothes to make tourniquets. some ran into the chaos to save lives. the men and women were still treading the wounded as some of the best hospitals in the world. the medical students who helped saying when we heard we all came in. >> the priest open their
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churches and ministered to the herd and the fearful. the good people of boston opened their homes to the victims of this attack and they are shaken by it. >> if you want to know we are who america is. how we respond to people that is it. selflessly, compassionately, unafraid. >> in the coming days we will pursue every effort to get to the bottom of what happened and we will continue to remain vigilant. i have directed my administration to take a profit security measures to protect the american people. this is a good time to remember for all of us that we all have a parts to play in alerting authorities if you see something suspicious. >> speak up. >> i had extraordinary confidence in the men and women of the fbi, the boston police department and the other agencies that responded so directly and effectively in the aftermath of yesterday's events. i am grateful to the leadership
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of gov. patrick and mayor meno fifth the people of boston will continue to respond in the same proud and harlequin they have thus far. >> and the fellow americans who will be right there with them. >> thank you very much. you can expect briefings from our law enforcement officials as today goes on. when we have more details they will be disclosed. what i have indicated to you is what we know now spirit we no bombs were set off. we know that obviously they did severe damage. we do not know who did them. we do not know whether this was an act of an organization or an individual or individuals. we do not have a sense of motive yet. everything else at this point is speculation. as we receive
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more formation as the fbi has more formation at our counter-terrorism team that more informations we will make sure to keep you and the american people posted. >> thank you very much everybody. >> you heard it from the president the investigation continues. he said he will make every resource available to track down was responsible and bring them to justice. he mentioned the mayor of boston and the governor of massachusetts. they held a press conference this morning. to give you a quick look 176 people injured 17 critically. three people killed in the last investigation. the investigation is led by the fbi and the terrorist task force. there are 30 forensic specialist on scene courtesy of the atf and their mom investigative unit pouring over all the evidence that a strong about on the streets leading to the finish line of the boston marathon. there are putting together the devices and tracing the steps of the bomber. as the
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president said when they learned more they will let us know. darya. >> james one of the bombs went off three-quarters of the 23,000 runners and a marathon had already crossed the finish line and were in that area and along with all the spectators. one of the racers fred allen said he will not let this attack stop him from running the race again. >> (chaos) . that runner said he was shaken by what happened to will not let that stop them from running in the marathon. the marathon dates back to 1887. there are about a half a million spectators there as was around the world. at
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least nine children were heard in the blast. a " year-old boy from martinez karen hern at the finish line to cheer on his mother. will tran is live in martinez with the latest on parents condition and reaction from his friends and family. >> the reaction this morning is pouring in from the parents to drop off their kids this morning stopping by asking us with the latest on karen' condition. he is ok even though he was rushed into surgery immediately after suffering the injury from the blast. here is a picture of him he was there to cheer his mother on and a good time for the entire family because his dad, a shock resistant and family friends were there. we have learned from the school that he was not literally next to his dad and his mama the time instead he was running toward the finish line getting into place, waiting for his mom to arrive. she was getting pretty close to
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the finish line. all of a sudden the blast occurred he was injured badly to his by. the shrapnel penetrated the fire into the bone. that is why it was rushed to surgery. he will have another round of surgery tomorrow. we got a chance to talk to the superintendent of the district. she knows the family well. she liked arrest was found out through phone calls and the news. >> here's what she had to say after finding out that the herns were in boston for the race. >> catherine has very distinctive red hair. she is a beautiful woman i kept looking through the crowd to see the red hair. you saw the chaos i wanted to see if i could find them and then i was afraid that i would. i did not see them in any of the pictures i watched the footage for the night. i am grateful we have been able to hear through facebook and through different kind of e-
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mail communication that they're doing well and aaron is doing well. >> she also told me this was capra's first time for the boston marathon. she wanted facebook and said it looks like there will be in boston for the next 7-10 days. >> she also told me this was the first time catherine for the boston marathon. >> the flat of flying at half staff as in many locations across the nation. we will be right back at the kron 4 morning news continues. [ man ] we have a go for auto sequence start.
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>> 8:41. in bay area news three teenagers spsuspects were arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a 15 year-old are expected to appear in juvenile court today. the family of audrey pott is filing a lawsuit against the three teenagers saying the suspect " didn't look to ledigitally penetrate te current sexually abused or after she drank out on passed out. audrey committed suicide last fall after she was all the better friend's house. as we continue have the latest bout of boston and news in the bay area at the
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>> 8:45. top stores were following. >> top stories were following for you on this tuesday apple succinct. three people are dead including an 8 year-old and 176 are hurt this morning after two bombs exploded near the finish line of the boston marathon. president obamas said those responsible will feel the full weight of justice. the fbi is taking charge of the crow investigation. right now they say there is no motive and there's no one in custody. >> meanwhile back in the bay area, security and law enforcement officials are stepping up patrols on the airport to public transportation, if you're out and about stand there expect to see at least as is everywhere. >> witnesses describe some of the injured lost limbs in the boston marathon explosions. one man was covered with the evidence of yesterday's attacks. >> my pants, a close. >> showing the flag?. the
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flag i was holding the whole time and this is how the flag ended up covering the blood of all the victims terry >> there were thousands.. >> if there were thousands of people running the marathon or watching it when the bombs went off. >> the deadly blast knocked runners off their feed and triggered mass chaos. one of the runners describe the gruesome scene inside a medical tent near the finish line. as bomb victims were brought in with no limbs. >> if us take a look at our bay area weather in headlines and traffic this morning. >> south of the 92 interchange is a slowdown. the west bound connecting route on to 101 southbound coming from the san mateo bridge is still closed. traffic is backed up to mariner's item boulevard. use the dumbarton bridge instead and interstate 280 instead of u.s. highway 101. the rap is not expected to
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open until 11. the bay bridge in hotspot with traffic backed up into the macarthur maize on to high way 24. deion children's hospital of the back up to broadway so far. the east shore freeway slow for the entire stretch. leading down from albany to berkeley in around berkeley curve. the nimitz freeway north bound is badly backed up with over 22 minute drive times if you are approached from 880 . >> the san mateo bridge to the delays of the lesson of the span. you want to use the dumbarton bridge instead. this of the golden gate where problem free for 101 southbound. >> an update on the weather from erica. >> good morning george we're waking up to clear skies. it was chilly earlier this morning. in fact, we saw quite a bit of '30's for the north bay, napa, vallejo. clear lake as well. >> it is clear out their temperatures gradually warming. we will fall into a dry pattern. the design
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cyano raindrops. >> mid-80s possible into the weekend. >> south and radar view shows we have some energy over the bay area today. gusty winds and windy conditions. some snow up in the tahoe area. we are dry, we are clear. kind of breezy but temperatures like i mentioned climbing. 44 for vallejo upper '40's for concord and pleasanton. 49 in fremont. following the numbers into the afternoon temperatures will be around the seasonal average. expect 67 for fremont milpitas. 69 in campbell. plenty of the upper 60s to look for to in the east bay. antioch 68. 69 le >> the '60s for downtown san francisco and 66 expected in berkeley. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast highlights a string of sunshine. very warm conditions as we head into the weekend. it is definitely going to feel
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like springtime again. '80s inland. upper seventies around the bay mid to upper 60s along the coast. >> darya. >> thank you erica. this is one of the scenes we have seen over and over again. a runner an older man was forced off his feet when the first explosion hit at the boston marathon. let us take a look at the video and asia have not seen it. we will draw a circle around him so you can see as he goes down. >> 78 years old and about to cross the finish line. that is what happened when the earth shook. a lot of people said they felt the ground shaking. listen as the veteran marathon runner descries with the moment was like. >> i got down about 15 ft. of the finishing apron and a tremendous explosion sound like a bomb went off right next to me. the shock waves hit my whole body and my legs started jittering around. i knew i was going down and i ended up on the blacktop and i did not feel
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any severe pain. as i rolled over i saw a scratch on my leg nothing to bad. i lay there momentarily and one of the finish your assistance came over and talked to me and asked me if i needed help and offer to give me a hand in helping get up. he helped lead over the finish line so that i could complete my race. >> the completed the race as did thousands of people before those bombs what off. also the boston red sox had just finished playing as well. the two biggest tided to end at the same time. there was also a bruins game that had to be rescheduled also the celtics were supposed to play tonight. that game has been cancelled and will not be rescheduled. the nba was able to drop their contents from the schedule due to the fact that both the celtics and
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the pacers are locked into their seats for the playoffs. >> we will be right back of the kron 4 morning news continues. a live look to boston as we have a six block area still blocked off as police continue to find evidence from yesterday's bombing.
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be watching bay area breezy in on the cool side. in the upper 60s, the wind will start to die down. >> near 80 degrees for thursday and friday. into the 80s as we did the weekend. the seven a forecast shows no rain in sight. most likely the coolest day of the next seven. a wind advisory and the delta is where the wind
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is conditions will be there it is breezy all round the bay. >> social media networks are trying to connect people to the boston marathon attack. for example, you to be doing some they had never done before. for started to see the video of the blast at all. >> they created a new channel called explosion at the boston marathon. in this channel you will find the best and most relevant video and most relevant from the web of the incident. this channel was not created by a user, but rather you to themselvetube themselves. but be careful when dealing these videos, some of them have not been edited or censored. will have a live report from boston coming up and is the two minutes. >> coming up the kron 4 morning news were following the latest with the attacks of boston. three people, including a 8 year-old child had died. and a 176 injured
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we will have a live report from boston in 2 minutes. back here in the bay area, law-enforcement officials are stepping up patrols. you expect to see at a patrols on bart this morning. for one bay area resident was injured the bombings in boston. he is a " year-old from martinez. kron fours will trans live from the boy's school and up date this morning.
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>> (male announcer): live from the bay area this is the kron 4 morning news. kron 4 news at 9 starts now. >> we will find whatever harm our citizens and bring them to justice. we also know this the american people refused to be terrorized. >> that was president obama speaking to the american people about the latest in the boston marathon attack. >> warning, we will not be terrorized. the president says the full weight of justice will come down on those who committed this attack. >> the number of injured has gone up to 176. 17
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critically injured. at least nine of them are children of the 176 injured. three people are dead. >> the boston marathon 117 year-old tradition it was halted yesterday when two bombs what off near the finish line. the bombs about 10 seconds and 100 yds apart. >> family schmidt is in boston following the very latest. we had a press conference with the latest of permission coming out from the governor garrett deval patrick. >> officials are saying about what happened with the bombings in the boston area. emily schmidt joining us live. good morning emily . >> president obama spoke to leaders a few minutes ago and one of the things he said we did not know who is responsible. one thing is clear the fbi is investigating this as an at
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the terra. >> this is 8 year-old martin richard according to the boston globe is a little boy killed yesterday when to deadly explosions rocked the boston marathon. >> amateur video shows crowds scrambling after the blast. >> i was about 15 ft. from the vanishing a friend and a tremendous explosion sound like a bomb went off right next to me. the shock waves hit my whole body and my legs started to ijitter around . >> doctors were forced people to perform several amputations. >> it is obviously upsetting to see so many people come in so quickly with injuries like that. >> authorities are calling it a terrorist attack and have not determined whether it was foreign or domestic. >> the cowardly act will not be taken within stride. we will turn every rock over to
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find people responsible for this. >> monday evening president obama urged arab-americans not to jump to conclusions but promised justice. >> off the american people will say a prayer for boston and michelle and i send our deepest thoughts and prayers to the families of the victims in the wake of the senseless loss. >> boston police commissioner said this morning there are 176 casualty's three lives lost as a result of the bombing. the white house blacks are flying at half staff in their honor. >> reporting live in boston i am emily schmidt . >> among the wounded a 12 year-old martinez was hurt in the boston marathon last. aaron hern was at the finish line to cheer on his mother, was running in the year's race. kron fours will trans live in martinez is morning
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with the latest on his condition. >> travel penetrated his spy and his own. his mother said he should be fine. he will be in boston for the next seven to 10 days. the flags at half staff. everyone is heartbroken over what happened in boston. at the school is more personal. obviously they know about the family there are well known in martinez. look at the screen. here's a picture of the cute little boy he should be in school right now. the reason why he is not he has another surgery scheduled for tomorrow. he, his father, his younger sister, as well as family friends were in boston to cheer on his mother katherine. she was moving along the marathon getting near the finish line when apparently, he knew that he was getting ready to go to the finish line himself to chair his mother. that is why he was separated from his father and his younger sister at the time. they are fine. the blast occurred
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then and he was rushed to the hospital. we got a chance to talk of a school principal. obviously she child very well. here's what she had to say about aaron . >> is a great kid and kristin one that makes any school brought have academically and athletically. he is an all- around good kid and start to see this happen to him. >> i can tell you that he also suffered superficial cuts throughout his body. that is fine. his mother even though she was tired she ran the marathon she was by his bedside late last night. she took to facebook and said thank you for the thought and prayer. she never mentioned thankfully, she never mentioned his lead need to be amputated. no one is talking about that. it looks like he will make a full recovery. coming up at 930 we will hear from the school superintendent and she like the rest of us was glued to the television set once she found out that katharine and the hherns were
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at boston to do the marathon. >> we have had a rough morning commute. several hotspot george's tracking. >> that is right. some improvement for the major one in san mateo where all lanes of 101 southbound every open after a truck carrying scrap metal overturned from the ramp east bound 92 onto 101 southbound. it shut down the west bound ramp on the 101 south as for a while closed down three lanes. all lanes of one-for-one southbound have been reopened. westbound 92 to southbound 101 remained closed. it is slow on the peninsula for the bayshore freeway. the best bet is to use the dumbarton bridge westbound and use 280 sow bound. >> the bay bridge has been a hot spot. early activation of the meter lights and an early problem on the incline we're no rerecovered.
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>> 680 backed up 24. over 26 minutes out of the maize to get to the bridge. the problem that the west and the san mateo bridge cannot get on to 101 south you may want to use the dumbarton instead. your golden gate bridge ride problem free and so is the trip through marin county on 101 south bound. >> anny hong with a look at the weather. >> still chilly in some locations. it is breezy and will be breezy today especially east of town toward the delta at cartines strait. >> it will be a nicer day with clear light winds. ground heart of the they looks good. navto at 10. fairfield seen in windy conditions sustained winds at 18 mi. an hour. gusts up to 30. more details on the warm-up coming this way. the weekend looking good. details on that a bit later. >> darya. >> thank you anny 906 we
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will be back with more in a couple of minutes as we ball the next story \ / \ / \ / \ the big story. >> the blast at the marathon in boston. >>
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>> new for you this morning. to overnight fire is in san jose to tell you about. both of them fatal.
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>> i have them here on this google earth map. the first fire happened on north fifth and empire streets. it broke out around 1130 lassiter claimed the life of a seven year old girl. to other people suffered smoke inhalation that fire is out but crews are still on the scene investigating the cause. >> the second happened last night as reported around 830 on daniel way, near highway 17. heavy smoke and flames are coming from the front of the house went firefighters arrived on the scene. two people died in the blaze. no word yet on what caused the second fire. >> we will be right back is the kron 4 morning news continues. watching wall street will have a war with rob black coming up. the associated press the same the boston explosion was made of pressure cookers with a metal and ball bearings inside. more formation here on kron 4. a live look at san jose. traffic slow from 101 to 87.
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tv watching the winners and losers on wall street with our financial expert rob black. we're talking about boston and was going on boston. tie this into our social media is changing things. >> how old traditional media is falling behind. twitter is breaking stories long before cable news. twitter broken out of marathon stores today including firsthand accounts which is what the news guys for. we
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kill for that kind of stuff weather is the hudson river plain where you're getting an insider on the plane showing pictures or someone on the ground covering osama bin laden capture. other people tried to fake accounts and take advantage of it. advertisers need to pull brands because she did not want your branding tied toward a tragedy. the boston explosion people rushed twitter for breaking news. again that was pretty cool sing a bay area company growing up in from our eyes. >> yet i would rather see a firsthand account of a runner than actually somebody from cnn. >> but us talk about housing. we have a million homes starting the month of march. mainly apartment. when you have a loser today. a person of single-family homes, apartment or more geared toward people who do not have a lot of wage
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inflation. wage inflation is a good thing. i.e. you get more money in the future that is the concept. we're not seeing wage inflation pushing higher. we're seeing apartment pushed higher. a single family home say on the peninsula, a good school district you will always be a to sell the home to a mother less children who wanted is a good school system. >> this is a bit of a warning time also permits. future buildings future homes fell slightly. housing is good it is losing a bit of the wonder rusk anklrous ank >> a lot of hidden cost for cars. the cost of owning your car? neither the to thousand dollars a year higher taxes aside living is expensive. start looking at your federal and state income tax. look at your
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mouth the car bill look at your monthly maintenance bill. the most is the expensive part were made in it as insurance spirit the united states is short-term basis. 60¢ a mile, $9,100 a year you have to save for retirement before you do anything else because your money goes fast. this is just an example of it. a lot of people would not think it cost almost $10,000 are critical. >> you're asking a student would cost gold to collapse. amateurs. >> a big nuggets of gold someone is putting on your desk. that is not collapsing was collapsing is et at exchange rate. the mutual funds tied to gold. a lot of images are in them margent up. there is margin cost. 14
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percent drop in two days i've never seen anything like that. gold has been crushed. i expected to go a bit lower. this gold probably more attractive than exchange traded mutual funds. >> thank you robyn. if you have a question posted on his face book and page you will answer it on kron 4. >> the time is 917 we want to get a look at the weather and traffic. >> hide anny it >> hi darya a lot of sunshine and look at our mount tam camera live. you see breezy conditions the wind is rustling the trees. and you see beautiful blue skies. it is a bit breezy but not compared to yesterday's. plenty of sunshine and a little milder. we continue the warming trend the next several days. we will stay dry. we will not see any rain here. we're talking mid-80s possible by this weekend for our far,
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interior locations. >> wind speeds 10 navato 9 oakland. fairfield out to the delta that is where we have a wind advisory in effect. no surprise there killed when does the 35 mi. hour. most other locations in bit breezy nothing to that as are the wind is concerned. temperatures 51 in downtown san francisco. mid '50s and oakland. 49 in fremont. we are warmest up quite nicely. no more '30's and maps. high pressure is in control. here's your satellite and radar picture. passing showers in the east bay last night is what we saw. now we're in the clear. a lot of sunshine not just today but tomorrow and into the weekend. upper 60s in los gatos. the same for the on and valley. 67 in san jose. 67 for mountain view. cupertino may squeeze out a 70. i would not expect a lot of seventies. upper 60s for
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danville mid-60's for castro valley walnut creek. vallejo 65. >> for the north bay temperatures topping out in the mid '60s for petaluma, navto not upper 60s. downtown 6 san francisco 61. breezy along the coast as well keep that in mind heading out close to the water. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast breezy today but a lot of sunshine. tomorrow a chilly start once again. the next seven days sunny, sunny, sunny. the week and back in the '80s for saturday for hour inland locations. mid-80s by monday. >> the time is 919 years george for the traffic here in >> for a continued strike at hot spot in san mateo while all lanes of 101 southdown had been reopened the west bound connector from highway 92 on a one-for-one southbound remains closed. here is the reason why video from earlier this morning
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from a helicopter partnership with abc seven news. this truck was traveling eastbound on 92 it try to make the connecting ramp on the 101 southbound traveling too fast for the connecting ramp and over it went. stealing a loaf of scrap metal on to the lines of 101 south bound. -- spilling scrap metal onto the lanes of 101 south bound. >> the rams remain closed. >> another hot spot in the bay bridge we are seeing a slight improvement. this is still a much heavier commute that you would otherwise expect. give yourself an extra 15 minutes for the bay bridge this morning. drive times over 30 minutes coming out of the macarthur maize and little earlier this morning. >> we told you about the san mateo bridge problems the west end. that is what makes the dumbarton a better westbound option. >> the golden gate bridge problem free for the 101
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south bound ride. >> thank you george. 920 right now. after what happened in the boston marathon london is reviewing its security plans for the london marathon would have been sunday. matt foster takes a look. >> the london marathon as a few days away. the finish line will be just up there. the police have said they are reviewing security measures because of what happened in boston. >> a security expert says in terms of a review what would be looking at. >> the review will be happening almost every hour in a constant process erica is a the first ti. >> as we're speaking on this day a number of terrorists had been convicted in london of intent to blow up an army barracks. that is of equal measure in terms of the threat.
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>> could boston and what happened in boston have an effect on domestic terrorism in the uk. >> there is a whole range of things. they can be inspired by this but right now we are covered with over 10,000 closed-circuit television cameras all over london. >> before the massacre we had margaret thatcher's zero another public event. police said they're not reviewing security relations with that. there must be a heightened sense of concern because of boston. >> the philosophy in london is taking reasonable steps with honorable peoplon reasonab
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>> search warrants are executed before the funeral in case people want to cause a major disturbance. >> is a difficult one for the police the police and london are very very sensitive. >> will be right back as the kron 4 morning news continues a live look outside as we watch conditions around the bay. and of sunshine. the when starting to die down. it is breezy and spots. and more of coming this weekend. on your prepaid card?
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>> we are back on the kron 4 morning news. about 10,000 gal. of oil began leaking this morning from a transformer a san jose pg&e
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substation. we have video to show you from our helicopter partnership with abc seven news. it shows crews clean up the oil at the substation on metcalf road near highway 101. for crews of inspecting the area around 2:00 this morning noticed one of the transformers have been vandalize or possibly damaged by gunfire. in any event, it was leaking oil. santa clara county sheriff's deputies, cal fire in san jose firefighters were called in and contain the leak. >> iraiuian state ceased says at least four people have been killed in a major earthquake near the iran pakistan border. the quake shook buildings as far as new dehli and the gulf cities of dubai and the
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bahrian. i ran seismological center said the 7.5 magnitude earthquake was centered near 26 mi. on the pakistan border. the u.s. geological survey put the preliminary magnitude at 7.8 and at a depth of 9 mi.. the quake struck last a week after a 6.1 magnitude earthquak hit near siush ehr , on iran's persian gulf coast killing at least 37 people. we will be back with
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>> our top story this morning devastation boston as three people were killed and 176 injured in bombings at the finish line of the boston marathon. >> here is what we have learned this morning the associated press is reporting the explosive in yesterday's attacks were made of pressure cookers. the ap says they got that information from someone briefed on the investigation. that source said the explosives were in a 6 l pressure cookers placed in a black duffel bags. >> the source added to explosives were placed on the ground and contain shards of metal, nails and ball bearings. >> off the fbi is leading the investigation. and in the last hour the president
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held a press conference here is a portion of what said. being this was a heinous, and cowardly act and given what we now know about what took place the fbi is investigating it as an act of terrorism. >> any time bombs used to target innocent civilians it is an act terra. what we do not know however, is who carry out the attack or why. whether it was planned and executed by a tariff board in relation to our domestic. or if it was the head of one individual. that is what we do not know. clearly we are at the beginning of our investigation. it will take time to follow every lead and determine what happened. but we will find out. >> we will find whatever harm our citizens and bring them to justice. we also know this, the american
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people refuse to be terrorized because of what the world saw yesterday in the aftermath of the were stories of heroism, kindness, generosity, and love. >> the question everyone is asking who was behind this? no one has claimed responsibility. we do know that fbi agents have searched an apartment in a suburb of boston overnight. in connection with yesterday's bombing. they're not giving any details of the search. but investigators were seen leaving a building in revere and early today, carrying a brown paper bags, plastic trash bags and a duffel bag. authorities are appealing to the public for amateur video and all those that might provide clues as to who carried out the bombing. >> they want to examine all of that for any clues that may lead them to is responsible.
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>> thank you james. as we continue to get the latest of boston and those attacks. fred allison was one of the runners as there were thousands still crossing the finish line when the bombs went off. let us hear what he had to say. >> they want to do is that fear in our hearts and not have come back to a race like this. in will not stop me for wanting to do it again. i want to do it in more now. >> the boston marathon dates back 1897. it is the world's oldest and will marathon. the race attracts thousands of runners and spectators from the world. >> 174 injured one was a " year-old boy from martinez. aaron hern was at the finish line to chair on his mother who was running in the race. kron fours will trans is live in martinez with the latest on his condition and reaction from family and friends. >> according to administrators this was
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capra's first marathon. it was a big deal to the family which is why she went. aaron, his father and as was his younger sister they all went and they went to cheer her on. there were very close to the finish line we're hearing from the administrator that he separated from his sister and father. that is why those two were not injured. he was moving in place to get ready for his mother of a sudden the blast occurred. the school is behind me the flag is at half staff. this is close to home. people are stopping by asking us how was he doing. take a look at your screen he is in the intensive care unit right after the classes suffered some cuts to his body. more important there was shrapnel that went for his in a fight to the bone. he was rushed into surgery. his mom took to facebook although she was tired she wanted to express our thanks to people expressing their support and giving her their prayers. he
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is going to have another round of surgery tomorrow. he will be in boston the entire family for the next seven to 10 days. we got a chance to talk to the school superintendent she personally knows the family because the parents work at a high school. the father is a high school coach. here's what she had to say after learning the news about katharine and the rest of the family being in boston. >> i kept looking. catherine has distinctive red hair. is is a beautiful lawn and i kept looking to the crowd to see the red hair. you saw the chaos i wanted to see if i could find them but i was afraid that i would. i did not see them in in any of the pictures. i am grateful we have been errol to hear the facebook and different kind of e-mail communication is doing wen that a aaron is
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doing well. leavin >> she got a phone call from a principal at a call from allen hern telling the sensible hear what happened. she watched horrified now it becomes personal she realizes that the herns are there. as far as neighbors they say what a wonderful family. they're always working out together. there been times when all four of them go jogging. >> back to you mark. >> stay with kron 4 as we bring you the latest confirmation coming out of boston on air and on line as we look for updates you can look for them as well. >> our 24/7 bay area news channel comcast 193 also on our website kron4.com. on and on our face book
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channel. but as to whether applicants tlead us to look at r and traffic. >> the back up is cleared. the sig alert is an effect because the rep is closed on westbound 92 of the south bound 101. it is no longer a bad back up and no longer a reason to avoid either the bayshore freeway southbound, or westbound on the san mateo bridge. >> a new hot spot the ride through san jose. 101 northbound jammed up from south san jose from the for the 28101 interchange. leading up to north of the guadalupe parkway which is right here. this is for the guadalupe parkway joy is the bay shore north bound. >> the bay bridge westbound badly backed up. drive times over 25- 28 minutes of the macarthur maize. 24 was down still slow. >> that his approach to the bridge is still backed up.
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you see how quickly the cars are moving through the toll plaza that indicates the meter lights have been sped up and back up mr. to clear soon. >> thank you george. a lot of sunshine today. a bit breezy. a chilly start but morning up nicely. the rest of today's sunny and breezy. a bit louder. tomorrow warmer still a lot of sun. beyond that we will continue the warming trend and the weekend '80s and back. >> looking at wednesday part of the bay ok. half moon bay have 14. fairfield 28 mi. an hour. gusts over 30. that is where the high wind and the wind advisory for the delta and cartines straight. >> i will talk about the warm up later in including the 7 day when i come back. >> 938 will be back with more in just a couple of minutes. said a live look
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>> 9:41 right now. >> 3 teenage suspects were arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a 15 year-old saratoga girl are expected to appear in juvenile court today. the family of eye street pott is filing a lawsuit against the preteens say the suspect " digitally penetrate are a sexually abused her after she tried out all and passed out. audrey committed suicide last fall after she was assaulted at a friend's house party. >> and world news. the u.s. and south korea are watching for signs of whether north korea will conduct a medium- range missile tests in defiance of international concerns. so far, the north
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is only offering new rhetoric today. state media said the supreme command of the korean people's army has issued an ultimatum demanding an apology from south korea for hostile acts. and they're dragging that unspecified a retaliatory actions what happened at any time. >> the u.s. immigration system would undergo dramatic changes under a bipartisan senate bill under thto be unveiled. it puts a new focus on prospective immigrants marin and employment. potential by creating legal avenues for workers to come here. the bill would put illegal immigrants on a 13 year pact citizenship and because each of them to thousand dollars plus additional fees. >> centers of plan to formally introduce the bill today, but after monday's bombing at the boston marathon planned president was delayed until later this week. >> things are warming up. will have a live report coming up. and things look good at the golden gate.
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